Susan Boyle Throws A Hissy Fit Over Puss

Jun. 19 2009, Published 2:53 p.m. ET

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Internet singing sensation Susan Boyle has dropped-out of another appearance on the Britain’s Got Talent tour – after she was heard screaming for her cat Peebles!

The performer – who was recently treated for exhaustion – was heard yelling from the balcony of the Radisson SAS Hotel in Liverpool:  "Where’s my cat!"

One guest revealed: “She kept shouting ‘I want my cat. I need my cat’ – I think people felt sorry for her as she was clearly unhappy.”

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A spokesperson for the tour said that the singer was tired and decided to have an off-day, and that’s why she didn’t perform.

Concert goers arriving at the Liverpool gig were greeted with signs informing them that Boyle would not be taking to the stage.

Tour promoters have adopted a wait-and-see policy with the singer under Simon Cowell’s orders and it is not known if she will peform in Cardiff tonight. 

The singer missed a show in Manchester on Sunday evening after she was advised to rest by her doctors before appearing in both Glasgow and Edinburgh.

The BGT live tour comprises of 26 gigs across the country and Boyle is required to sing only two songs I Dreamed A Dream and Memories.

Although her rest days may disappoint UK fans, her management team is believed to be saving her strength for a run of more lucrative shows.

She has been tipped to perform at the Planet Hollywood Casino in Las Vegas – but her her constant need for rest after performing only two songs might put this proposal in jeopardy.

Boyle has inked a deal to record an album with Simon Cowell under his SyCo record label.

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